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Larry Haines (1918–2008)

Appeared in scores of programs from radio's "Golden Age", such as "Suspense", the "Shadow", "Inner Sanctum Mysteries", and "X Minus One". Mr. Haines also starred in a short-lived series of 1953, "That Hammer Guy", in which he played the character created by Mickey Spillane, "Mike Hammer". He was on almost episode of _"Search for Tomorrow" (1951) ... See full bio »

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Known For

The Odd Couple
(1968)
Search for Tomorrow
Search for Tomorrow Stu Bergman
(1980-1986)
The Seven-Ups
The Seven-Ups Max Kalish
(1973)
CBS Summer Playhouse
(1988)

Filmography

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 1995 Loving (TV Series)
Neil Warren
- Episode dated 31 October 1995 (1995) ... Neil Warren
 1991 Miss Jones (TV Movie)
Larry Shapiro
 1988 Starting from Scratch (TV Series)
Alfred
- Helen's Parents (1988) ... Alfred
 1988 CBS Summer Playhouse (TV Series)
George Sr.
- Baby on Board (1988) ... George Sr.
 1980-1986 Search for Tomorrow (TV Series)
Stu Bergman
- Finale (1986) ... Stu Bergman
- Episode #1.8775 (1985) ... Stu Bergman (uncredited)
- Episode #1.8772 (1985) ... Stu Bergman (uncredited)
- Episode #1.8771 (1985) ... Stu Bergman (uncredited)
- Episode #1.8770 (1985) ... Stu Bergman (uncredited)
 1984 Tank
Biker #1 (as Larry S. Raines)
 1980 Phyl & Mikhy (TV Series)
Max Wilson
- The Seduction of Mikhail Orlov (1980) ... Max Wilson
- One Big Happy Family (1980) ... Max Wilson
- Mikhy's Visitor (1980) ... Max Wilson
- Phyl's Wedding (1980) ... Max Wilson
- Phyl's Birthday Surprise (1980) ... Max Wilson
 1978 King of the Road (TV Movie)
Sam Braffman
 1977 On Our Own (TV Series)
Mr. Bonino
- The Battling Boninos (1977) ... Mr. Bonino
 1977 Kojak (TV Series)
Michaels
- Kiss It All Goodbye (1977) ... Michaels
 1976 Doc (TV Series)
Alvin Tucker
- All Work and No Pay (1976) ... Alvin Tucker
 1974-1975 Maude (TV Series)
Ted / Harvey Clarke
- Arthur's Medical Convention (1975) ... Ted
- The Tax Audit (1974) ... Harvey Clarke
 1974 The Country Girl (TV Movie)
Phil Cook
 1973 The Seven-Ups
Max Kalish
 1968 The Odd Couple
Speed
 1966 Hawk (TV Series)
Angelo Diller
- Legacy for a Lousy Future (1966) ... Angelo Diller
 1965 For the People (TV Series)
Hyman / Madigan
- A Competent Witness (1965) ... Hyman
- The Killing of One Human Being (1965) ... Madigan
 1962-1964 The Defenders (TV Series)
Dr. Wallace / The Warden
- Comeback (1964) ... Dr. Wallace
- Madman: Part 2 (1962) ... The Warden
 1964 Mr. Broadway (TV Series)
Holman
- The He-She Chemistry (1964) ... Holman
 1964 Directions (TV Series)
JC Two
 1964 Another World (TV Series)
Sidney Sugarman (aka 'Sharky') (1989)
 1964 The Doctors and the Nurses (TV Series)
- Credo (1964)
 1959 Deadline (TV Series)
Victor Reisel
- Victor Reisel (1959) ... Victor Reisel
 1953 Eye Witness (TV Series)
- Burial Plot (1953)
 1953 The Big Story (TV Series)
Charlie Duval
- Chester Potter of the Pittsburgh Press (1953) ... Charlie Duval
 1950 The First Hundred Years (TV Series)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

A Thousand Clowns (1962). See more »

Publicity Listings:

3 Articles | See more »

Alternate Names:

A. Larry Haines | Larry S. Raines

Height:

5' 7½" (1.71 m)
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Trivia:

Was twice nominated for Broadway's Tony Award: in 1966, as Best Supporting or Featured Actor (Dramatic) for "Generation," and in 1969, as Best Supporting or Featured Actor (Musical) for "Promises, Promises." See more »

Star Sign:

Leo

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